The Royal Rangers program provides many opportunities for men and boys to be involved in worldwide efforts of reaching the lost with the salvation message of Jesus Christ. The primary missions emphases of Royal Rangers are RRI, BGMC, and STL.
Royal Rangers International
Royal Rangers International (RRI) is a ministry that resources, provides training, and supports national Royal Rangers ministries around the world. RRI provides a global curriculum adaptable to any culture, as well as outlets for dialog on building better ministries to children within indigenous cultures. This organization uses sports evangelism, leadership development, and a variety of other activities to accomplish their goals.
For more information on the work of Royal Rangers International, please visit: www.royalrangersinternational.com
Boys and Girls Missionary Challenge
Boys and Girls Missionary Challenge (BGMC) is a missions giving endeavor for boys and girls in the United States to learn at a young age the importance of giving to missions. Royal Rangers has a partnership with BGMC called, “The Master’s Toolbox,” that raises money each year for a variety of projects from digging water wells and installing electric generators in Africa, to church repair, to funding RRI, and numerous other activities. The Master’s Toolbox is geared towards Ranger Kids and Discover Rangers, and toolboxes can be gained through contacting BGMC or your local district Royal Rangers.
For more information on the work of BGMC, please visit: www.bgmc.ag.org
Speed the Light
Speed the Light (STL) is the missions outlet for junior high and high school students through out the Assemblies of God. STL provides missionaries vehicles of all shapes and sizes, from cars, to boats, to donkeys! Every year, Royal Rangers and Speed the Light work together on a Christmas gift to a missionary to help them further the gospel of Jesus Christ. The STL/RR Christmas Fund is focused toward Adventure and Expedition Rangers in your church.
For ideas on fundraising projects and other questions concerning STL, please visit: www.stl.ag.org